|Avg. Match Goals||3.5|
|Avg. Goals Scored||2.4|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.1|
|Avg. Match Goals||3.1|
|Avg. Goals Scored||2.3|
|Avg. Goals Against||0.8|
|Avg. Match Goals||3.1|
|Avg. Goals Scored||1.6|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.5|
|06.10.19||Arsenal||1 - 0||Bournemouth|
|03.10.19||Arsenal||4 - 0||Standard Liege|
|30.09.19||Manchester United||1 - 1||Arsenal|
|24.09.19||Arsenal||5 - 0||Nottingham Forest|
|22.09.19||Arsenal||3 - 2||Aston Villa|
|19.09.19||Eintracht Frankfurt||0 - 3||Arsenal|
|15.09.19||Watford FC||2 - 2||Arsenal|
|01.09.19||Arsenal||2 - 2||Tottenham|
|24.08.19||Liverpool||3 - 1||Arsenal|
|17.08.19||Arsenal||2 - 1||Burnley FC|
|11.08.19||Newcastle United||0 - 1||Arsenal|
|04.08.19||Barcelona||2 - 1||Arsenal|
|31.07.19||Angers||1 - 1||Arsenal|
|28.07.19||Arsenal||1 - 2||Lyon|
|24.07.19||Real Madrid||2 - 2||Arsenal|
|20.07.19||Arsenal||3 - 0||Fiorentina|
|20.07.19||Arsenal||0 - 0||Roma|
|18.07.19||Arsenal||2 - 1||Bayern Munich|
|16.07.19||Colorado Rapids||0 - 3||Arsenal|
|29.05.19||Chelsea||4 - 1||Arsenal|
|23.05.19||Arsenal||0 - 0||LASK|
|12.05.19||Burnley FC||1 - 3||Arsenal|
|09.05.19||Valencia||2 - 4||Arsenal|
|05.05.19||Arsenal||1 - 1||Brighton|
|02.05.19||Arsenal||3 - 1||Valencia|
|28.04.19||Leicester City||2 - 0||Arsenal|
|24.04.19||Wolves||3 - 1||Arsenal|
|21.04.19||Arsenal||2 - 3||Crystal Palace|
|18.04.19||Napoli||0 - 1||Arsenal|
|15.04.19||Watford FC||0 - 1||Arsenal|
|11.04.19||Arsenal||2 - 0||Napoli|
|07.04.19||Everton||1 - 0||Arsenal|
|01.04.19||Arsenal||2 - 0||Newcastle United|
|26.03.19||Al-Nasr SC||2 - 3||Arsenal|
|14.03.19||Arsenal||3 - 0||Rennes|
|10.03.19||Arsenal||2 - 0||Manchester United|
|07.03.19||Rennes||3 - 1||Arsenal|
|02.03.19||Tottenham||1 - 1||Arsenal|
|27.02.19||Arsenal||5 - 1||Bournemouth|
|24.02.19||Arsenal||2 - 0||Southampton FC|
|21.02.19||Arsenal||3 - 0||BATE Borisov|
|14.02.19||BATE Borisov||1 - 0||Arsenal|
|09.02.19||Huddersfield Town||1 - 2||Arsenal|
|03.02.19||Man City||3 - 1||Arsenal|
|29.01.19||Arsenal||2 - 1||Cardiff City|
|25.01.19||Arsenal||1 - 3||Manchester United|
|19.01.19||Arsenal||2 - 0||Chelsea|
|12.01.19||West Ham||1 - 0||Arsenal|
|05.01.19||Blackpool||0 - 3||Arsenal|
|01.01.19||Arsenal||4 - 1||Fulham FC|
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Arsenal are one of the most popular teams in the English Premier League, both inside and outside the country. The team's fame has been established over an extremely consistent history which has seen the team sit at the upper reaches of English domestic football for seemingly as long as football has been around. Indeed, no other club in England has frequented the English top flight as consistently as the team from North London. Betting on Arsenal, usually to win on a standard 1x2 match result, is a common feature of weekend betting coupons.
The team is also a regular participant in European competitions. In fact, the team qualified for the UEFA Champions League for an incredible 19 consecutive seasons between 1998 and 2017, even though the UEFA Europa League has been the benefactor of the team's presence in recent seasons (up to an including 2018/19).
Arsenal are also a great cup team in England, with the Gunners having won more FA Cups than any other team in the country. Odds on Arsenal to win the EFL or FA Cup reflect the fact that the team has become somewhat of a cup specialist in recent seasons, even though the team was often the closest competitor to Sir Alex Ferguson's dominant Manchester United side in the 1990s and 2000s. By Arsenal's very high standards, recent seasons have been fallow, but that said, betting on Arsenal to win, especially at the impressive Emirates Stadium, is still a feature of the majority of football betting accumulators.
The team continues to have impressive support and backing, so it surely won't be long before the Gunners return to the top of the pile in English football, while the Champions League will surely become the club's natural habitat once more. As one of the traditional big boys of English football, the odds on Arsenal to achieve success are usually favourable
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As you would expect for a team of Arsenal's reputation, prestige and past glory, the team is a popular one to back, and even though the club is not currently quite at the heights of days gone by, the odds usually reflect Arsenal as favourites to win most given matches. Indeed, securing an Arsenal win at competitive odds can be a tricky task, and makes the use of our odds comparison tool even more vital to use. Games at the Emirates Stadium are usually characterised by short odds on an Arsenal win, so individual bets are usually avoided in favour of football accumulators which may feature an Arsenal win among a number of other 'safe' options.
Similarly, goalscoring markets and handicap bets are utilised to gain higher potential returns, instead of conventional 1X2 bets when featuring Arsenal. At home especially, the team known as the Gunners can rack up impressive scores against the minnows, and on their day Arsenal are capable of beating anyone in the division.
Handicap markets are also popular, and betting on Arsenal at -1 or sometimes even -2 at home is not unusual. In recent seasons the team's away form has been patchy, although the club's past and prestige still sees bookmakers offer generous odds on the home team claiming a win. That has been a smart way to bet, certainly in the recent past, and it remains to be seen whether Arsenal will be able to cure their particular case of travel sickness as we move forward.
Arsenal, a team known amongst football fans all around the world as The Gunners, have been one of the traditional big boys of English football throughout history. The team has enjoyed regular success over the course of that history, even though European football's biggest prize, the UEFA Champions League, still eludes them.
Domestically, the odds on Arsenal winning the Premier League these days are as long as they have ever been since the competition began back in 1992. For so long, Arsene Wenger's Arsenal were a feature at the top of the division, and backing Arsenal to win the Premier League was a sensible bet, and usually one to be found at distinctly low odds among bookmakers.
The club has claimed three Premier League titles and has finished second on a further six occasions. For many years the Gunners looked the only side capable of ending Manchester United's monopoly on the Premier League title, before Jose Mourinho established Chelsea as that side. Even then, Wenger's Arsenal were capable of producing some of the best football in the division, and on their day the side could, and did, beat anyone. The greatest achievement of the Frenchman's reign was the glorious 2003/04 vintage when the club became the first to navigate an entire league season without losing a game. The Invincibles that team became known as, and subsequent Arsenal sides have been living in that side's shadow ever since.
Those days now seem long ago, while the calibre of player plying his trade at Emirates Stadium is now no longer quite at the same level as legends such as Dennis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry, Robert Pires and Patrick Vieira. Stellar players still pull on the famous red and white shirt, though, and the current crop featuring Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mesut Ozil can still be expected to trouble even the meanest of defences.
Betting on Arsenal may no longer mean selecting the Premier League winners, but the club still regularly challenges towards the top of the division, and football betting accumulators will regularly feature selections of Arsenal to win.
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